31-year-old Finnish racing driver Valtteri Bottas won his second Formula One race of the 2020 season, facilitating to triumph at the Russian Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton was given two separate five-second penalties. Hamilton was penalized for performing practice starts outside his assigned region as he left the pits.
Bottas, who began third in Sochi, moved into second position on the opening lap and drove after Hamilton served his penalties subsequent to pitting on the seventeenth lap. The Finnish driver completed just shy of eight seconds away from Max Verstappen in second while Hamilton retaliated to complete in third. Also, in spite of the fact that he shut the hole with Hamilton at the top of the 2020 driver’s championship to 44 points, Bottas’ beginning to the race was influenced by the wildlife of the territory.